February 23, 2019 / 3:32 AM

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Lana Del Rey Releases New 'Ultraviolence' Single 'Brooklyn Baby' [LISTEN]



 Lana Del Rey has released a new track off her upcoming album, Ultraviolence. Titled "Brooklyn Baby," the track was teased with a 36-second clip last month and was released in full over the weekend, Radio.com reports. 

The reverb-heavy, dream-pop track features Del Rey's signature breathy vocals as she examines the hipster lifestyle. "My boyfriend's in the band, he plays guitar while I sing Lou Reed," she sings. "I've got feathers in my hair. I get high on hydroponic weed. And my jazz collection's rare. I get down to beat poetry. I'm a Brooklyn baby."

The song seems to be satirical in nature, criticizing the New York music scene.

"Brooklyn Baby" is the fourth track on Dey Rey's upcoming Dan Auerbach-produced album, which is due out June 17 via Interscope. She previously released "West Coast," "Shades of Cool," and "Ultraviolence."

Check out the song below, and let us know what you think in the comments section!

Ultraviolence Tracklist:
01. Cruel World
02. Ultraviolence
03. Shades Of Cool
04. Brooklyn Baby
05. West Coast
06. Sad Girl
07. Pretty When You Cry
08. Money Power Glory
09. F--- My Way Up To The Top
10. Old Money
11. The Other Woman
Bonus Tracks:
12. Black Beauty
13. Guns and Roses
14. Florida Kilos

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